Suffragette City: What it would be like to put yourself in the shoes of the iconic campaigners

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Suffragette City: What it would be like to put yourself in the shoes of the iconic campaigners

A new immersive experience will open giving Londoners a feel for what life was like for the suffragettes.

The National Archive has teamed up with the National Trust to recreate stories from within the movement.

Visitors who retrace the campaigner's footsteps in Suffragette City could even find themselves in the prison, facing questions from special branch.

The experience at the London Pavillion in Picadily Circus runs util the 25th of March.

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